Honda Canada Invests in Georgian College

• HCM provides $900,000 in cash and in-kind for research and innovation quality improvement, supporting students, faculty and industry 
• HCM strengthens Georgian College partnership with $193,500 in student recruitment and engagement and scholarship funding 
• Honda Canada Foundation makes $750,000 donation to purchase leading-edge equipment 

Today, Honda of Canada Mfg. (HCM) and the Honda Canada Foundation announced a $1,843,500 donation in cash and in-kind to Georgian College, as part of a multi-faceted partnership benefiting students, faculty and industry. The five-year agreement includes funding for leading-edge equipment, innovative research and development, collaborative program support and newly-established scholarships for Georgian College students. The equipment will be purchased over the next two years and will benefit 30 program areas at Georgian campuses in Barrie and Owen Sound. Annually, up to 3,000 diploma and degree students will be able to access the new, state-of-the-art equipment.

Honda and Georgian College will also work together to recruit students and provide additional co-op placement opportunities, preparing students to meet the specialized needs of employers. Industry-relevant, future-ready equipment, combined with Georgian’s quality education and reputation for work-integrated learning experiences, will prepare the future workforce to sustain Honda, their supply chain and many other manufacturers located across central Ontario.

Tom Lake, Executive Vice President, Honda of Canada Mfg. and Vice Chair, Honda Canada Foundation, and MaryLynn West-Moynes, President and CEO, Georgian College, announced the investment inside the Honda exhibit at the Georgian College Auto Show on the Barrie Campus.

“Honda is an advanced manufacturing leader and employer of choice with a significant presence right here in Simcoe County,” said MaryLynn West-Moynes, President and CEO, Georgian College. “Ensuring we have state-of-the-art equipment and exceptional learning opportunities in place for our students will help prepare them for the jobs of the future and today. We’ve also made a strong commitment to advance the research agenda at Georgian and across the regions we serve, and are thrilled to have Honda partner with us.”

“The Honda Canada Foundation is pleased to support the innovation and creativity of students. This investment in leading-edge equipment will support a variety of programs allowing students industry-relevant learning experiences,” said Tom Lake, Executive Vice President, Honda of Canada Mfg. and Vice Chair, Honda Canada Foundation. “In addition, HCM is proud to be part of a vibrant manufacturing industry in Simcoe County. It is our hope that our support will illustrate the opportunities and future that exist in our community, ultimately attracting and maintaining local intellectual capital.”

The Honda Canada Foundation was established with the goal of enhancing the lives and social well-being of Canadians. Honda Canada and the Honda Canada Foundation are committed to giving back to communities where its customers and associates live, work and play. 

Adventure-Ready 2019 Honda Passport Launches Into Dealers on March 15

  • Unique blend of on-and off-road capability
  • Class-leading safety features and standard Honda Sensing®
  • Standard 280HP V6, i-VTM4™ torque vectoring AWD with available 5,000-pound towing capacity
  • Best-in-class interior volume and passenger space

The all-new 2019 Honda Passport begins arriving at Honda dealerships across Canada on March 15, filling out Honda’s award-winning SUV lineup and delivering a unique combination of on-road driving refinement and off-road capability along with best-in-class interior space. The entry-level yet well-equipped Passport Sport carries a starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $41,990.

Designed for adventure-seekers who want the exceptional on- and off-road capability of Honda’s i-VTM4™ torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system, the power and towing capability of its 280-horsepower 3.5-liter i-VTEC® V6, and the more personal and rugged character of a five-passenger SUV, Passport fits between the refined and compact CR-V and the larger, family-focused three-row Pilot. Using Honda’s reinforced unibody Global Light Truck platform, the 2019 Passport features a fully-boxed floor structure, and the latest generation of Honda’s proprietary Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure along with a sophisticated fully independent suspension offering exceptional on-and off-road driving performance.

Inside, Passport offers best-in-class passenger space and total interior volume and features a large “basement” cargo area ideal for storing dirty gear or keeping valuables out of sight. Key premium technologies available on Passport include in-vehicle 4G LTE Wi-Fi, Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration, a high-resolution 8-inch Display Audio system, heated and ventilated front seats, wireless phone charging, and more

The 2019 Passport is also available with a wide array of Genuine Honda accessories including the Adventure Package and Urban Package that provide cost-efficient ways to enhance the character and functionality of the new SUV. Other accessories allow Passport to accommodate a broad variety of outdoor gear, from bikes and kayaks to skis and snowboards.

The all-new Passport was designed and developed by Honda R&D Americas in Los Angeles, California and Raymond, Ohio. The vehicle and its V6 engine are produced by associates at Honda Manufacturing of Alabama in Lincoln, Alabama, using domestic and globally sourced parts, alongside the Honda Ridgeline pickup, Odyssey minivan and Pilot three-row SUV.

Honda Proudly Celebrates 50 Years in Canada

MARKHAM, ON (March 11, 2019) – Today, Honda Canada associates and special guests, including Toshiaki Mikoshiba, Chairman and CEO of Honda North America, Inc. and Dave Gardner, President and CEO of Honda Canada Inc., celebrated 50 years of growth and success in Canada during a commemorative ceremony at the company’s head office near Toronto. Honda Canada has sold more than four million vehicles since incorporating on March 11, 1969 and was the first Japanese automaker to build vehicles in Canada. The ceremony launches a full year of anniversary activities designed to celebrate the milestone with customers, dealers, associates and partners.

From modest beginnings as a small network of motorcycle and power equipment dealers, Honda Canada has grown substantially. With nearly 19,000 associates employed across the country in manufacturing, sales offices and dealerships, it’s now a national network of more than 600 auto, motorcycle and power equipment dealers. The company is also a major Canadian auto manufacturer, proudly building the Honda CR-V and the Honda Civic, Canada’s best-selling passenger car for the past 21 consecutive years. Through the Honda Canada Foundation, the brand is committed to giving back to communities across Canada, contributing more than $2-million to local charities each year. 

“Honda planted roots in Canada with a vision of contributing to Canadian society. We are proud of our associates, dealers, partners and suppliers, who have played an important part in our growth and have helped improve the communities where we live and work,” said Dave Gardner, President & CEO, Honda Canada Inc. “We’d also like to thank the millions of Canadians who are loyal members of the Honda family. We look forward to growing with you for the next 50 years.”

Five decades of Honda milestones

Four years after arriving in Canada with motorcycles and power products, Honda sold its first Civic. As the first Japanese automaker to build cars in Canada, Honda of Canada Mfg. (HCM) cut the ribbon on its first manufacturing plant in Alliston, Ontario, in 1986. A second plant was brought online at the Alliston facility in 1998 to build the Honda Odyssey minivan, and in 2008, HCM began building 4-cyclinder engines at a third facility in Alliston. To date, more than eight million cars and light trucks have been built at the Alliston facility, which currently employs 4,200 associates. 

A commitment to the environment has always been a priority for Honda Canada. In 1998, the company achieved ISO 14001 manufacturing certification which set a new environmental standard for auto manufacturers. This was followed by a zero-waste-to-landfill manufacturing benchmark in 2007, engines built from 100% recycled materials began in 2008, LEED® Gold Certification for the company’s head office in Markham, Ontario, came in 2010 and most recently, a $492-million investment to modernize HCM manufacturing facilities and significantly improve its carbon footprint.

While success can be measured by the number of products built and sold, Honda is also focused on making a difference in the lives of Canadians. Since 2005, the Honda Canada Foundation has contributed upwards of $2-million every year to organizations that help communities and Canadians reach their goals. More than six million people have benefited from programs funded by Honda Canada and the Honda Canada Foundation.

Additional Honda Canada achievements
• 1969 Honda Canada is founded
• 1973 The Honda Civic is launched in Canada
• 1986 Honda of Canada Mfg. (HCM) is established, building the Honda Accord
• 1987 Acura becomes the first luxury nameplate from a Japanese company available in Canada
• 1991 One-millionth Honda vehicle is sold in Canada
• 1997 One-millionth Canadian-built Honda rolls off the line
• 1998 HCM begins building the Honda Odyssey at a second facility in Alliston, Ontario
• 2000 The Honda Insight, North America’s first gasoline-electric hybrid, hits the road in Canada
• 2005 The Honda Canada Foundation is established
• 2014 An $857-million HCM investment makes it the global-lead for the 10th generation Civic 
• 2014 Honda Canada sells its four-millionth vehicle
• 2017 Eight-millionth Honda vehicle is built at HCM
• 2019 Honda Canada celebrates its 50th anniversary

About Honda Canada
Honda Canada Inc. (HCI) was founded in 1969 and is the parent company for both Honda and Acura vehicle brands in Canada. The company has produced more than eight million cars and light trucks since 1986 at its two manufacturing facilities and builds engines at a third manufacturing plant in Alliston, Ontario. Both manufacturing facilities are extremely flexible and currently build Honda Civic and CR-V models. Honda Canada has invested more than $4.7 billion in Canada and each year it sources nearly $2.1 billion in goods and services from Canadian suppliers. Honda Canada has sold more than four million Honda and Acura passenger cars and light trucks in Canada. For more information on Honda Canada, please visit www.hondacanada.ca.


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Honda Canada associates and special guests, including Toshiaki Mikoshiba, Chairman and CEO of Honda North America, Inc. (right) and Dave Gardner, President and CEO of Honda Canada Inc., celebrated 50 years of growth and success in Canada during a commemorative ceremony at the company’s head office near Toronto.

All-New 2019 Honda Insight Makes Canadian Debut at Vancouver International Auto Show

  • Sleek and sophisticated new Insight hybrid sedan boasts robust acceleration and exceptional driving refinement with competitive fuel efficiency
  • Outstanding 5-passenger comfort with premium feature content, including standard Honda Sensing® and Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration

Markham, March 26, 2018 – The all-new, production version of the 2019 Insight will make its Canadian debut on March 28 at the 2018 Vancouver International Auto Show (VIAS), providing a first look at the latest entry in Honda’s expanding lineup of electrified vehicles. The new Insight, launching at Honda dealerships nationally this summer, joins the newly launched Clarity and will be joined by the 2018 Accord Hybrid as the third new Honda electrified vehicle introduced this year.  

As a premium compact sedan, Insight is positioned and priced between Civic and Accord in Honda’s passenger car lineup. The Insight is unique in providing universally appealing styling, with the packaging and refinement of a premium compact sedan and fuel efficiency competitive with leading hybrid models. Powered by the third generation of Honda’s innovative and efficient two-motor hybrid system, Insight’s 151 net system horsepower combines with a lightweight structure to deliver the best power-to-weight ratio in its class.

“The Honda Insight shows consumers that the efficiency of a hybrid car doesn’t mean sacrificing style, refinement or performance,” said Jean Marc Leclerc, Senior Vice President of Honda Canada Inc. “The Insight is another symbol of a new era in the evolution of Honda electrified vehicles, where customers can have everything they want with no compromises.”

Design and Packaging
The 2019 Honda Insight boasts a sleek sedan design with a low and wide stance highlighted by Honda’s signature “flying wing” grille and bold front fascia, low-profile LED headlights and taillights, sharp and dynamic character lines and sweeping coupe-like roofline. Inside, the new Insight features premium cabin appointments including a soft-touch instrument panel with real stitching, ergonomically sculpted seats, a 7-inch TFT color digital driver’s meter, standard heated front seats and available leather-trimmed seating and an 8-inch Display Audio touchscreen with Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ integration.

The new Insight’s comparatively generous wheelbase (2700mm) and exceptional packaging efficiency yields best-in-class rear legroom of 949 mm, along with a spacious 427 litres of trunk space that rivals gasoline versions of midsize cars. The placement of the lithium-ion hybrid battery pack beneath the rear seats allows for a fold-down rear seat (60/40-split) to maximize cargo- and people-hauling flexibility.

Trims and Features
The 2019 Honda Insight will be available in two trims – the well-equipped Hybrid and the line-topping Touring. Standard features include full LED headlights, LED daytime running lights and taillights, 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, heated front seats, a 7-inch TFT digital driver’s meter, push-button start, a 8-speaker audio system, LED fog lightsdual-zone climate control, Bluetooth and a 60/40 folding rear seat. 

The line-topping Insight Touring adds, rain-sensing wipers, a power moonroof, perforated leather seating, heated rear seats and 8-way power adjustment for the driver, embedded Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System™, 4G LTE Wi-Fi with mobile hotspot capability and Wi-Fi-enabled over-the-air system updates, next-generation HondaLink® subscription services, a 10-speaker premium audio system, and HomeLink® Remote System.

Body and Chassis
The Insight shares its basic platform architecture with the highly-praised 10th-generation Civic. In keeping with its premium compact sedan character, the Insight gets numerous engineering enhancements to further improve ride quality, cabin quietness and efficiency. The body features Honda’s Advance Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) body structure. An aluminum hood, unique to Insight, reduces weight, while additional sound insulation in the engine bay, front fenders, front firewall, and front and rear floor further aids cabin quietness.

The Insight’s new chassis is designed to provide a highly refined, confident and composed driving experience. It utilizes a fully-independent suspension system – Macpherson strut front and multi-link rear – with liquid-sealing compliance bushings at both ends (Touring only). Like Civic, the Insight also features variable-ratio dual-pinion electric power steering. Confident and linear braking performance is provided by an electro-servo brake system, which seamlessly combines efficient regenerative braking and mechanical (friction) braking for ultimate stopping performance.

Advanced New Powertrain
The all-new Insight is powered by the third generation of Honda’s two-motor hybrid system, featuring a highly efficient 1.5-liter Atkinson cycle engine, a powerful electric propulsion motor, and lithium-ion battery pack. Total system output is 151 horsepower and 197 lb.-ft. of electric motor torque. Under most conditions, the Insight operates as a series hybrid, in which the gasoline engine, connected to the generator motor, produces electricity that is supplied to either the electric propulsion motor and/or the 60-cell lithium-ion battery pack.

The Insight features three selectable driving modes – NORMAL, ECON, and SPORT – allowing drivers to customize their experience by maximizing efficiency or driving performance. Additionally, all Insights have steering wheel-mounted deceleration selectors to choose among three levels of regenerative braking performance, depending on driving conditions. In normal mode, the Insight is capable of all-electric driving for short distances. Unlike competing systems, Honda’s two-motor hybrid technology works without the need for a conventional automatic transmission, with the electric propulsion motor directly powering the drive axles. During higher speed operation a lock-up clutch connects the engine to the drive axles to provide the most efficient operation during highway and freeway driving.

Advanced Safety Technology
The 2019 Honda Insight will include the Honda Sensing® suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies as standard equipment, which includes Forward Collison Warning (FCW), Collision Mitigation Braking System™ (CMBS™), Lane Departure Warning, Lane Keeping Assistance System, Road Departure Mitigation, Adaptive Cruise Control with Low-Speed Follow and Traffic Sign Recognition. The Insight targets top collision safety ratings, including an NCAP 5-star Overall Vehicle Score and IIHS TOP SAFETY PICK with a “Good” rating in all crash test modes and a “Superior” rating for front crash protection.

Manufacturing
The Insight will be manufactured alongside the Civic and CR-V at Honda’s plant in Greensburg, Indiana. The hybrid battery unit will be assembled at the company’s Marysville Auto Plant in Ohio, with the 1.5-liter Atkinson cycle engine manufactured by Honda’s Anna, Ohio engine plant, which also produces the engine for the Ohio-made 2018 Accord Hybrid.

Honda Canada Inc. Celebrates Record Core Model Sales in 2018

  • Honda Civic becomes Canada’s best-selling passenger car for 21st consecutive year
  • Honda CR-V celebrates all-time record sales with 54,879 units sold in 2018
  • Acura RDX celebrates an all-time sales record with 8,890 units sold in 2018
  • Civic, Accord and CR-V claim #1 retail sales in their segments
  • Acura Division annual sales top 20,000 units for the fourth consecutive year

MARKHAM, ONJan. 3, 2019 /CNW/ – Honda Canada Inc. (HCI) today reported annual sales of 195,379 units by the Honda and Acura divisions combined.  The Honda Division reported consistent sales year-over-year of 175,042 units sold, overcoming unfortunate production Fit and HR-V shortages due to flooding at a Celaya, Mexico manufacturing facility. The Acura Division topped last year’s sales with 20,337 units sold, surpassing the 20,000-unit sold threshold for the fourth consecutive year.

“The strength of our core business helped us persevere through a number of significant challenges to achieve our goals in 2018,” said Jean Marc Leclerc, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Honda Canada Inc. “We achieved impressive sales results and were otherwise on track for a record-setting year, despite low inventory caused by the flooding in our Celaya, Mexico plant.”

“The Honda Civic remained Canada’s favourite passenger car for the twenty-first consecutive year, while our truck lineup also excelled, led by the record-breaking CR-V,” Leclerc added.

“Our overall lineup already had one of the lowest emissions in the country and in 2018 we continued to build on our long history of environmental leadership by introducing both the Clarity Plug-in Hybrid and the Insight Hybrid to our fleet,” added Leclerc.

“The next chapter of Acura’s storied history was written in 2018 as we applied our Precision Crafted Performance principles across our entire lineup and topped 20,000 units sold for the fourth consecutive year,” said Emile KorkorBrand Leader for Acura Canada. “The refreshed lineup, led by our fully redesigned, record-setting Acura RDX, injected enthusiasm for the brand that overwhelmingly resonated with Canadians.”

Popular Features: 2018 Honda Civic LX

The 2018 Honda Civic LX is a fun and affordable car to drive, and a very popular used vehicle among Canadian drivers. It’s loaded with tons of great features that owners love, from its roomy interior to its outstanding gas mileage. Here are just a few of the most popular perks to becoming the owner of a used 2018 Honda Civic today.

Safety First

 

The ‘18 Civic’s optional features are abundant, especially when it comes to safety. Technology comes into play in a big way with Honda’s advanced cameras and sensors, which aid in eliminating blind spots and assisting with collision avoidance. The vehicle’s capabilities allow it to mitigate inadvertent lane departure, warn drivers of impending frontend collisions and even activate the braking system when an imminent impact is detected.

 

Aesthetic Quality

 

The 2018 version of the Civic LX certainly takes on a more aggressive appearance compared to previous iterations, with a sleek body and attractive details, including unique taillight shaping. In terms of the interior, a touchscreen control panel transforms the dashboard into a futuristic command center. From this central position, one can manage features including audio controls and navigation system, adding to the overall driving experience.

 

Other Features

 

The LX model includes a host of available features to round things out, from available automatic transmission to an integral rearview camera for safer reverse driving. Upgraded models can also feature a wide variety of handy inclusions, such as remote starting capability, fold-away backseat, moonroof and Bluetooth connection potential for supported devices.

 

If you’ve never driven a Honda Civic, now is the time to test one out for yourself. Find out why it’s one of the most common cars on the road and start enjoying the benefits for yourself. Don’t forget to visit TV Honda, where you’re sure to find great selection and pricing on the used vehicle you’re searching for today.

2018 Honda Accord Coupe: The Best of Both Worlds

Buying a new car can be stressful as you try to find an option that meets all of your expectations, especially if your needs contradict your wants. You might need space for your family, but want an engine that’s still fun to drive. You shouldn’t have to compromise, which is why a midsize car can be a great option. The 2018 Honda Accord Coupe in particular has a lot to offer, from spectacular gas mileage and performance to comfortable interior.

The Honda Accord has a history of good responses from critics and has plenty of characteristics that make it such a well-rounded car. The quiet interior is constructed of many quality materials that give the car a stylish look and feel. The plush seats are adjustable and come in either cloth or leather. There’s also the option to add heated seats in the front and back. The standard system includes push-button start and Bluetooth connectivity as well as an audio system and display screen. Depending upon your unique needs and wants, additional features like navigation, a touch screen and wireless charging are available along with many other options.

 

Safety features abound in the 2018 Honda Accord Coupe with the Honda Sensing System. A combination of cameras and sensors can help keep you safe on the road day or night. There’s even driver drowsiness monitoring to help make sure drivers don’t fall asleep at the wheel. The sensors can also help you park, switch lanes, and be aware of your blind spots.

 

If you’re concerned about engine capability, you can rest assured that both engine options accelerate quickly and handle turns well for a smooth and fun ride. If you need a well-rounded car, the Honda Accord can deliver. With everything from fun tech features to plenty of room and high quality materials, the Accord accomplishes a lot for a great price. Take a test drive at TV Honda to see firsthand how the Honda Accord Coupe can improve your daily driving experience.

Extending the Life of Your Car With Quality Service

So you just purchased a 2018 Honda Fit, and you’re overjoyed to be a new car owner. Do you imagine yourself traveling highways in your new car 10 years from now? If so, it’s imperative for you to have quality care of your car. Many car owners scoff at the idea of going to a car dealership for service; however, quality service from a dealership has the ability to extend the life of your car. Preventative maintenance has the power to keep those costly repairs at bay.

The Benefits of Car Dealership Service

 

When you travel to your neighborhood garage, you might be getting quality service, but your mechanic also might not be familiar with all of your vehicle’s intricacies. At TV Honda, our technicians are specialists that know every aspect of your car. A local mechanic works on a variety of different vehicles and might not be familiar with some of your car’s features. Why let an issue with your car remain unresolved? Our dealership guarantees an in-depth review of your car at every service appointment. Also, when you drop off your car for service, we automatically check to see if there’re any recalls for your vehicle. If there is one, we’ll have it corrected in a timely fashion.

 

Taking Care of Warranty Issues

 

Obviously, a garage is not going to honor your car’s warranty. If a part fails, and it is covered by your warranty, we’ll make the repairs at no cost to you. If your warranty has lapsed, you’ll have to pay for your car’s repairs, but the work we perform is guaranteed.

 

A Nice Place to Visit

 

We make your experience at our dealership a pleasant one. Our comfortable waiting room and clean facility allows you to relax while you wait for your service. Our staff members are considerate and are available to answer any questions you have about your car.

Looking for a Midsize SUV?

When you are looking for a midsize SUV, you have several options including the 2018 Honda Pilot. Choosing between them can be a lot easier when you come down to the dealership and let us help you compare the various types and features you can get with each make and model. You will first want to determine what a Midsize SUV is, whether it offers what you need and where you can get one. You can even go online to see some of our selection and financing options.

 

What Is a Midsize SUV?

 

A midsize SUV is smaller than a standard one while still offering the ground clearance, seating options and tire size of an SUV. These vehicles are routinely used as family cars, especially if you need the option for four-wheel drive in your activities and daily routine. SUVs of all sizes can help keep you from being snowed in versus a sedan because of the increased traction of four-wheel drive, the weight of a bigger vehicle and the ground clearance.

 

Where Can You Get One?

 

The best place to get a midsize SUV is TV Honda, when you come down to the lot we can go over your list of needs and determine which make and model are the best fit. You can browse some of our selection online and read vehicle reviews before coming to the lot and seeing the vehicles in person. Once here, you can interact with all of the buttons and knobs, take a test drive and try out the comfortable interior of your new vehicle. You can even go over finance options with our loan officers to find the best terms for your situation.

 

The 2018 Honda Pilot is a midsize SUV which can meet your needs for cargo, passengers and ground clearance. Once you know what you need from your vehicle, you can come down to the lot and let us help you find the right one to meet those needs.

The 2018 Honda Accord Is Bold, Beautiful and Better Than Ever

Just when you thought the Accord couldn’t get any better, Honda’s 2018 model is commanding the market of midsized sedans. Standing alone in its class, this elite model is sophisticated, sexy and safe. Though untouchable by the competition, the Accord is within reach for you. Our team at TV Honda can help you get your hands on one, and no kid gloves are required.  

 

Exterior Appeal 

 

Redesigned for 2018, the ever-illustrious Accord is available in five can’t-go-wrong trims—Sport, LX, EX, EX-L and Touring. Sleek, athletic and bold, its exterior has a distinct European flair that gives it impeccable style. Turning heads as it sets all-new standards, the Accord boasts an aerodynamic, fastback-inspired design. LED lighting makes the car even more of a looker, capturing attention wherever it is on the road. 

 

Interior Ingenuity 

 

It just takes one glimpse inside the 2018 Accord to appreciate its interior refinement. Roomy and comfortable, this sedan’s seating is high quality across the board. The cabin is classy and smart, and there are multiple options for heated and cooled seating, leather upholstery and an intuitive head-up display. 

 

The Accord’s impressive infotainment system includes an enhanced audio system with streaming capability. Driver aids include navigation, smartphone integration and voice control. 

 

Superior Safety  

 

Given the Accord’s impressive safety history, it’s no surprise that the 2018 model’s report card is packed with five-star ratings. An impressive list of safety features come standard, with advanced technologies providing enhancements like adaptive cruise control, lane keeping assist and collision mitigation breaking. There’s also a blind-spot information system available with multistage audiovisual signals. 

 

If you want to know more about the 2018 Honda Accord’s bells and whistles, we invite you to visit our showroom. We’ll walk you through finding and financing the Accord of your dreams and get you comfortably in the driver’s seat.